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(Laser Hair Removal)

  • Please shave within 24 hours’ prior of your appointment with a new razor (on the area to be treated). By shaving, the lasers will be able to locate the follicles.

  • Avoid UV exposure 7 days prior to your treatment.

  • Clients who are sunburned or tanned (fake tan, sunbeds, sprays and lotions etc.) must wait 2 weeks before being treated to avoid additional skin damage.

  • All products must be completely removed prior to treatment. Clients should come to appointments with clean skin in the area to be treated. (No, moisturizing cream, oil, makeup or any other product etc.)

  • Avoid chemical peels and other laser procedures in the area to be treated for 2 weeks prior and two weeks after your laser treatment.

  • Avoid all alpha hydroxy and beta hydroxyl products (AHA/BHA), hydroquinone, retinols/retinoid, Tazorac, and Differin for 7 days before treatment.

  • No waxing, tweezing and chemical epilation 4 weeks prior to treatment.

  • If you are prone to cold sores, it is highly recommended to take an anti-viral medication (such as Valtrex) prior to your treatment. Clients with active cold sores will not be treated.

  • Clients who have used Accutane or similar products within the last 6 months CAN NOT have laser hair removal treatments.

  • Client should not perform any physical activity that increases body temperature or blood pressure within 2 hours before and after treatments.

  • If you have Botox or dermal fillers in the area to be treated, wait 14 days both before and after injection to receive treatments.

  • If you are prone to nervousness, you should avoid caffeine for 24 hours before your session.

  • Antibiotics may increase photosensitivity. We recommend that you check with your personal physician prior to receiving laser treatments if you are taking a long-term antibiotic. If you become ill and begin taking an antibiotic, you will need to be off the medication for 7 days before laser treatment.

  • If you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding, we will not perform a treatment on you.

  • Boots may not be worn immediately after leg treatments.

  • We will not perform a laser treatment on you If you are hypersensitive to light. Such as:

    • You are taking medications like Prozac, non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen, Aspirin and Naproxen

    •  People with pellagra (a condition with lack of vitamin B3 in diet).

    • People with lupus (an autoimmune disease).

    • People suffering from porphyria, an inherited disorder of the pigment metabolism.

    • People taking steroids.

    • People taking therapy for arthritis and/or taking anti-coagulants


(Laser Hair Removal)

  • Avoid extended UV exposure for 7 days, after the laser treatment.

  • Avoid tanning or sunless tanning products for 2 weeks after your treatment.

  • Use broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 or higher sunscreen after receiving laser treatment, and is recommended ongoing for maintenance.

  • Avoid excessive exercise for 2 days, after the laser treatment.

  • Shower with cold or slightly warm water is recommended for 2 days, after the laser treatment.

  • Over the counter medication is recommended for post treatment discomfort. You may also apply Restorative Gel (highest recommended), cool towels, ice packs or Aloe Vera to alleviate discomfort due to heat.

  • Avoid using seat warmers (car seat etc.) immediately after treatment. 

  • Avoid using very high heat in mobile vehicles for 2 days, after the laser treatment.

  • Avoid any additional laser treatments or chemical procedures on the treated area for at least 2 weeks’ post-treatment or until healing has occurred.

  • If you experience any side effects, such as hypo- or hyper-pigmentation, prolonged redness or swelling, a histamine reaction, or blistering, call or come in for instructions or visit your family physicians.

  • To achieve the best results, complete the full treatment schedule at the intervals recommended by your technician.

  • If you planning to have Botox or Dermal Fillers in the area that is treated with laser, have at least 14 days’ gap or consult with your Botox or dermal filler technician/physician.

  • Wear loose and breathable clothing.

  • Avoid deodorant/body spray for 24 hours, after the treatment.

  • If blisters occur, do not puncture. If skin is broken, apply an antibiotic Ointment until healed.

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